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Electricity in a Climate-Constrained World
Data and Analyses
IEA. Published by : OECD Publishing , Date de parution:  31 jan 2013
Pages: 116 , Langue: Anglais
Version: Livre électronique (Format PDF)
ISBN: 9789264175556 , Code OCDE: 612012201E1
Prix:   €40 | $56 | £36 | ¥5200 | MXN720
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Electricity use is growing worldwide, providing a range of energy services: lighting, heating and cooling, specific industrial uses, entertainment, information technologies, and mobility. Because its generation remains largely based on fossil fuels, electricity is also the largest and the fastest-growing source of energy-related CO2 emissions, the primary cause of human-induced climate change. Forecasts from the IEA and others show that “decarbonising” electricity and enhancing end-use efficiency can make major contributions to the fight against climate change. 

Global and regional trends on electricity supply and demand indicate the magnitude of the decarbonisation challenge ahead. As climate concerns become an essential component of energy policy-making, the generation and use of electricity will be subject to increasingly strong policy actions by governments to reduce their associated CO2 emissions. Despite these actions, and despite very rapid growth in renewable energy generation, significant technology and policy challenges remain if this unprecedented essential transition is to be achieved.

This book provides an authoritative resource on progress to date in this area, with statistics related to CO2 and the electricity sector across ten regions of the world. It also presents topical analyses on meeting the challenge of rapidly curbing CO2 emissions from electricity, from both a policy and technology perspective.

Tables des matières:

Introduction by P. Benoit and R.Baron
-Saving electricity in a hurry: an update
  by S. Bryan Pasquier and G. Heffner
-How can we make an Internet-surfing microwave oven go to “sleep”? by V. Roside
-State-owned enterprises and their domestic financial base: two keys to financing our low-carbon future by P. Benoit
-From deregulation to decarbonisation of the electricity sector by M. Baritaud
-An emissions trading system for China’s power sector by R. Baron and A. Aasrud
-Managing policy interactions in the electricity sector for least-cost climate response by C. Hood
-Tracking clean energy progress in the electricity sector by A. Gawel and U. Remme
-The role of electricity storage in providing electricity system flexibility by D. Elzinga, J. Dillon, M. O’Malley and J. Lampreia
-Potential for bioelectricity in Brazil from sugarcane residual biomass by J. Lampreia
-Bioenergy with carbon capture and storage: the negative emission concept by C. Guivarch and W. Heidug
-OECD Americas
-OECD Asia Oceania
-OECD Europe
-Non-OECD America
-Middle East
-Non-OECD Europe and Eurasia)
-Asia (excluding China and India)
Geographical coverage
Acronyms and abbreviations, units of measure

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